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Volunteer

Due to Covid-19 circumstances, this year's annual Granaghan Outreach trip to Africa has been cancelled.

What We Do

Formed by Fr O'Doherty and Granaghan Parish council in 2006. The charity helped and is continuing to help underprivileged children and their surrounding community to help build a more sustainable life. 

Donate Now

Any donations are greatly appreciated and can be made via our GoFundMe page.

Seasons greetings from the Granaghan Outreach committee.

2021 has been a challenging year for Granaghan Outreach with the Coronavirus pandemic and the loss of our dear friend and fellow committee member Seamus O’Neill, a stalwart on our team who led from the front with no task too big or small. His generosity towards those in need knew no boundaries. Seamus played a major part in this year's project in Nara Moru (Kenya), drilling a well at a remote primary and secondary school. This is now the clean drinking water source for their school and community, enabling the school to run their horticultural programme. This programme provides fruit and vegetables for the children and creates an income for the school to buy books and stationary. With the remainder of the project funds, Granaghan Outreach provided solar panels, that are used to power the school water pump and for lighting in the classrooms.

 

Together with your kind donations and the hard work of our committee, we were also able to donate:

 

  • £1000 to Fr PJ Mc Camphill to help the running of a city nursery school in Nairobi (Kenya) for younger children of poorer families.

  • £200 to our local Open Doors Club (Swatragh)

  • £200 to Ruth's Kitchen in Embu (Kenya) which will provide a festive meal on Christmas day for under privileged children at a local primary school

  • £200 to Fr Magill for his ongoing charity work in Africa.

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Seasons greetings from the Granaghan Outreach committee.

2021 has been a challenging year for Granaghan Outreach with the Coronavirus pandemic and the loss of our dear friend and fellow committee member Seamus O’Neill, a stalwart on our team who led from the front with no task too big or small. His generosity towards those in need knew no boundaries. Seamus played a major part in this year's project in Nara Moru (Kenya), drilling a well at a remote primary and secondary school. This is now the clean drinking water source for their school and community, enabling the school to run their horticultural programme. This programme provides fruit and vegetables for the children and creates an income for the school to buy books and stationary. With the remainder of the project funds, Granaghan Outreach provided solar panels, that are used to power the school water pump and for lighting in the classrooms.

 

Together with your kind donations and the hard work of our committee, we were also able to donate:

 

  • £1000 to Fr PJ Mc Camphill to help the running of a city nursery school in Nairobi (Kenya) for younger children of poorer families.

  • £200 to our local Open Doors Club (Swatragh)

  • £200 to Ruth's Kitchen in Embu (Kenya) which will provide a festive meal on Christmas day for under privileged children at a local primary school

  • £200 to Fr Magill for his ongoing charity work in Africa.

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2018 Trip

Take a look at what Team 2 got up to on our 2018 trip.

This amazing video was taken by one of our volunteers Loren Ward.

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Victoria Lagan

I travelled to Kenya with Granaghan Outreach in 2016 for the first time. I knew it was going to be tough work and very physical but I expect to take so many emotions from my trip to Kenya. It is extremely rewarding and I met some of the best people and made life time friends. It has been by far the best trip of my life and I cant wait for my next trip

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Nicola McGlinchey

The most compelling reason I volunteered with Granaghan Outreach in 2009 (my first trip) was to try and help others less fortunate than myself 'make a difference' as they say! The irony is I left with the feeling that i gained much more benefit from those I considered less fortunate than they gained from me, hence the reason I have wanted to return time and time again to a place where there is no time for despair, self-pity or pride.

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Roly Kearns

I had a lifetime experience with Granaghan Outreach. It was so well run by a team of people who give up their time to make sure that everything went smoothly. And if there is anyone else who is thinking about it, go, you will not regret it!